By Justin King, Furman University Class of 2011 When I graduated from Furman, I let out a sigh of relief. Yes, the academic gantlet I ran for four years was…
By Elizabeth Davis A few years ago, I wrote a piece about the national empathy deficit and the essential role that universities could play in closing this gap. College exposes…
by Kelly Gregory, Greenville County Teacher Last week — on my assigned day, at my assigned time — I reported to school to pack up my classroom. In a building…
“No! They’re getting away with it!” shouted my children, 5 and 2 years old, clearly indoctrinated by their parents – Bible-believing Earth-lovers who wash residue off plastic before throwing it in the bin.
April was National Child Abuse Prevention Month. May is here, and this important issue needs our attention more than ever. This spring, our nation is experiencing societal disruption not seen…
For 125 years, the YMCA of Greenville has worked to find solutions to our community’s challenges. With a mission of creating a healthy spirit, mind and body for all, we’ve worked with a long list of partners on ambitious goals.
The Greenville Symphony has always celebrated the relationship between the incredible work of our musicians and the audiences who are moved while listening, the students who grow while learning and the communities that are connected while experiencing it together.
City of Greenville affirms commitment to larger fleet, additional hours
I think it's time for the Greenville Transit Authority to stop and rethink this. - Rob Traynham
Lee Turner: There is a group of men, elected officials currently serving on County Council, who think their vision is superior.
Laura Haight is the communications coordinator of the Greenville County Democratic Party.
Don Oglesby: We cannot donate our way out of this problem. Our supporters have been investing in our work for years.
City-council hopeful Dowe wants to give constituents a voice regarding city's growth and change.
City council-hopeful Fletcher believes smart city technology can help tackle affordable housing and transit issues.
Greenville City council-hopeful John DeWorken wants to balance growth with championing neighborhoods.